Zalora Love

I wrote about my Zalora wishlist last May. In the spirit of full disclosure, it was my entry to a contest sponsored by Zalora through Nuffnang. I did not win the contest but I was happy with my order. I wore my P136.50 shirt in my trip to Singapore. Last week, I got this email from Zalora.

So I had this clever idea of ordering something that costs Php250 or less. (I know. I’m kuripot.) I fancied another shirt similar to what I have ordered before that costs Php175. I hurriedly placed an order and entered my coupon code. I got an error while trying to proceed with the checkout. I tried to order another item with the same coupon code but the system won’t accept my order anymore.  I gave up my quest on completing a successful order. I assumed that the offer already expired or the offer may require at least P1,500 purchase. Less than an hour later, I got a call from Zalora. Yes! They called from Manila to my home phone in Butuan! Zalora confirmed my order and my shirt will be processed for shipping. Thank you, Zalora!  I did a happy dance in my head while I smiled from ear to ear.

My order arrived last Friday. I was not around to receive this order.

I was on field work when the order arrived.  Thank you, Zalora! By the way, this happened to my shoe while on field work.

I had to wear slippers the next day. This experience reminded me of the first item on my Zalora wishlist: hiking shoes!

I am sending my wish out to the Universe and others…

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LOL!  I am imagining my feet in these shoes.

Source: Uploaded by user via kat on Pinterest


P.S. Although I got a free shirt, Zalora did not ask me to write this blog post. I am just a happy freerider customer.

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